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Explore different types of historic commercial signs and ways to use them.

Identify the form and style of your building so you can successfully preserve, maintain and restore it.

Types of siding that could be on a historic building and how to maintain or repair them.

Learn how to make your historic building accessible to people with disabilities.

Directions for replacing a broken or rotted sash cord in a historic window.

Learn how to clean, repair, paint and maintain metal features on your historic building.

Learn about best practices to preserve and maintain your original wood floors.

Ensure you meet the required code regulations while keeping your building historic.

Ensure that your rehabilitation project follows historic preservation best practices.

Learn how to identify the methods and materials used to construct your historic house.

Review the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for historic building rehabilitation projects.

Wisconsin Department of Transportation

A grant program to help local governments enhance transportation projects.

Learn common mistakes made when renovating a historic building and ways to avoid them.

Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation

These grants seek to improve community vitality and contribute to overall economic development

Have questions about the Homeowner Tax Credit Program? You're not alone. Learn the answers to the most common questions.

Identify and repair tile and terrazzo flooring.

Review the most important features to maintain from your historic building's original interior design.

Learn why the windows in your historic building are worth repairing and restoring.

Wisconsin Historical Society, State Historic Preservation Office

Provides tax exemption for a property that contains an archaeological site listed in the National Register or State Register of Historic Places.

General Information

Hart Family Funds for Small Towns

National Trust for Historic Preservation

Assists small town preservation and revitalization initiatives for towns with populations of 5,000 or less
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